DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. -- Arrest warrants revealed new details into an Davidson County conspiracy to commit murder investigation.
Four juveniles and an adult were arrested after shots were fired in two homes in Davidson County on Sunday.
Wendy Winn lives in one of the homes hit and said that bullets are still lodged in the walls of the house.
“My heart stopped and you just, it’s shock first because you don’t imagine anything like that happening,” she said.
A bullet went through her bedroom, damaging a door on the other side. With a 13-year-old living in the home, Winn said they're still processing the shooting.
“It’s made us all very on edge,” Winn said. "She won’t go into a room that’s dark, she sleeps with the lights on and the door open”
Oscar Hernandez-Hernandez, 16, Malik Obrien Craven, 18, and Ryan Joseph Peace, 16, were all named in arrest warrants.
Hernandez-Hernandez was charged with conspiring to commit first-degree murder.
Craven was charged with conspiring to commit first-degree murder.
Peace was charged with carrying a concealed weapon, larceny of firearm, injury to real property, possession of a handgun by a minor and going armed to the terror of people.
The other two have not been identified.
On Sunday, sheriff’s investigators came to two homes in southern Davidson County after reports of shots fired into the homes.
On Monday, the sheriff’s office arrested the five suspects for shooting into an occupied dwelling and conspiracy to commit murder of an adult.
Hernandez-Hernandez, Craven and Peace were each booked under a $250,000 bond.
Warrants show the shootings happened on N.C. 47 and Holloway Church Road.